I recently read a blog where the writer used the term “calculated risk.” Do you know how you calculate risk? Do you use a repeatable process to calculate risk? Have you evaluated your process to ensure you get feedback from various perspectives? If not, then your calculations of risk are likely myopic in a human… Continue reading Calculated Risk
I received my new Mace picks from Sparrows lock picks this afternoon. I’m looking forward to practicing with them.
I got an email on one of my domains today. It was sent to an account I don’t have so it fell into a catchall account for that domain and was forwarded to an account I monitor. The email informed me that the sender had hacked some account of mine, monitored me accessing sexually explicit… Continue reading Not Spam, Not Phishing
I often field questions about what certain news stories mean in general and to the person asking me. These questions tend to include “what should I do” followed by “is that what you’re doing?” First – As the About page states, these are my views and not indicative of any employer or any other associate… Continue reading Why One Hack Is Different From Another For Consumers
Several people have asked what steps to take to protect themselves, particularly their electronic identity, in the wake of the Equifax hack. Here are some suggested steps that, while not guaranteed to provide protection, at least give you an idea of things I’m doing with some links to make it easier. Steps Get a… Continue reading Equifax Hack – Your First Steps